Preschool Expulsion; Lake Erie Water; Rio 2016

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Preschoolers get expelled at three times the rate of students in elementary, middle and high schools. But when teachers get regular help from mental-health coaches, they expel at half the rate of those who don’t. We’ll also dig into the reasons why preschool boys are expelled more than girls and learn about a local program aimed to keep children in school. 

There are a number of different invaders in the Great Lakes, we'll discuss what this means for the water quality in Lake Erie.

And we'll talk about the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, just one day before the Opening Ceremony. 

Guests: 
  • Walter Gilliam, Ph.D., Researcher, Yale Zigler Child Center

  • Constance Walker, Starting Point

  • Carol Stepien, Ph.D., Director of the Lake Erie Center, University of Toledo 

  • Christopher Winslow, Interim Director, Ohio Sea Grant; Interim Director, Ohio State's Stone Lab

  • Harvey Webster, Director of Wildlife Resources at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History 

  • Susan Polakoff Shaw, Press Operations Advisor, International Olympic Committee, Founder, Polakoff Communications

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Preventing Preschool Expulsion

Aug. 4, 2016
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The Sound of Ideas

Invaders in the Great Lakes

Aug. 4, 2016
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The Sound of Ideas

An Inside Look at the Olympic Games in Rio

Aug. 4, 2016
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